Sabrina Clark, DVM, PhD, DACVP (Clin Path), MRCVS
Originally from Texas, Dr. Clark earned her veterinary degree from Oklahoma State University and then completed a small animal rotating medicine and surgery internship at Georgia Veterinary Specialists. She then spent about a year in small animal general practice before attending Texas A&M University, where she completed her clinical pathology residency. During the second year of her residency, Dr. Clark was awarded a Zoetis-Morris Animal Foundation fellowship that allowed her to earn her PhD, focused on exploring the pathogenesis of chronic kidney disease in dogs. Outside of clinical pathology and the kidneys, Dr. Clark’s other interests include spending time with her young son and family, playing with their three dogs and two cats, gardening, and reading.
Chronic kidney disease doesn’t just affect our feline friends. It is also a serious issue for dogs, representing the most common renal disease within the species.